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    Default Fav dog treat recipes

    Just wanted to know if anyone has a good dog treat recipe or kong stuffing recipe

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    i tried this the other day in Koda's kong... he looooved it
    fill in the small hole of the kong with peanut butter
    put some boiled egg in the kong
    poored some beef stock in the kong to the top
    add a bit more egg
    then into the freezer for the night

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    Sounds good

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    How about Liver Bread, it's a bit stinky cooking it but the dogs love it as a treat.

    Ingredients

    Puree in blender:
    500 g raw liver (any kind including chicken)
    3 eggs
    3tbs golden syrup
    garlic

    Dry ingredients

    2.5 cups wholemeal SR flour or white SR flour.

    Mix dry ingredients together then add the blended mixture. Mix together, add water if required.
    Spread onto baking sheets and bake at 180c for about 10 – 15 minutes. Bake a bit longer for a firmer result.

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    That would work nicely as a training treat i think

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    Wow this is a wonderful thread - but I wish people also share costs and costs against manufactured products.
    m<(o.o)>m

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    I know liver at Woolies only costs about $3 a kilo. And I make my own stock with chicken carcasses and veggies from the garden - so also cheap. But I don't think you really need to do the calculations to work out that the home-made stuff will be cheaper. Those Kong filler treats are so dear!

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    Another good treat and this one will keep them busy on a hot day. Get an icecream container, put about 1" of water and freeze. Then put some treats, cheese, dry food and maybe a bit of cooked meat. Then cover with water and freeze again. Continue this layering till it is as big as you want. Dogs love these ice treats and will spend hours trying to get the treats.

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    For summer, the 4 litre ice cream containers are fantastic - but dogs have a powerful sense of smell and don't need all the food described above. For dogs on a diet, best to get a tablespoon of cat food/fish, (smells stronger), pour in 1 cup of boiling water, mix until it's a blended slop, top up with cold water, (to an inch from the top, as ice expands), then freeze. Then run hot water around the plastic, tip upside down, under a tree, in shade. Leave to lick in ecstacy. Fabbo!!!

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